USAF personnel inspect thatched huts and contraptions at the PACAF Jungle Survival School, Clark AFB, Philippines.
Luzon Island Philippines Date:1967, February 7 Duration:3 min 34 sec Sound:NO SOUND
An orientation film for United States Air Force personnel assigned to Southeast Asia. The PACAF (Pacific Air Forces) Jungle Survival School at Clark Air Force Base on Luzon Island, Philippines. USAF personnel outside a building. The School campus. Hills in the background. They walk across the School grounds. Officers, Staff Sergeants and Senior Airmen inspect thatched huts. A Senior Airman seated on the ground during the inspection. They walk away to inspect a white pole, part of a contraption. The airmen cross an enclosure with a thatched roof. An animal eats inside the enclosure. The personnel stand on various spots of the compound. An airman explains and demonstrates a hand made bamboo contraption. The others listen and watch as he talks about the various parts.
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